Green Bay Area Public School District

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Basic Information

Address: District Office 200 S Broadway Green Bay, WI 54303
Phone Number: 920-448-2000
Fax Number: 920-448-3562
Superintendent: Dr. Michelle Langenfeld

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Additional Information

Mission Statement:

The mission of the Green Bay Area Public School District is to ensure that all students graduate college, career and community ready.

Accreditation and Recognition: The district has numerous awards, including: Golden Apple Award winners, Milken Family Foundation Educator Award winners, National Merit Scholars, Herb Kohl Fellowship Teachers, Herb Kohl Excellence Scholarship winners, Herb Kohl Initiative Scholarship winners, two Blue Ribbon Schools, and high schools ranked by U.S. News and World Report as the top high schools in Wisconsin.
District Characteristics: A unified school district of 92 square miles, it covers the city of Green Bay, all of the village of Allouez, the village of Bellevue, the town of Scott, as well as part of the towns of Ledgeview, Eaton, Green Bay and Humboldt. More than 21,000 students attend early education centers, 25 elementary schools (4K-5), one K-8 school, one specialty school (K-8), one charter school (8-12), one school for gifted learners (K-8), four middle schools (6-8) and four high schools (9-12), making it the fourth largest school district in the state of Wisconsin.
School Municipalities: City of Green Bay, Village of Allouez, Village of Bellevue, Town of Schott, part of the towns of Ledgeview, Eaton, Green Bay and Humboldt.

Founded in 1856 with the opening of the Sale School, the Green Bay Area Public School District is more than 150 years old.


To access updated demographic information for the district, visit the WISEdash Public Portal on the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction website:

Summer Schools: The district has extensive summer school opportunities, with more than 8,000 students attending summer school each year.
A.P. Classes: The district offers 16 AP class opportunities for students.
Transportation: The district strives to provide safe and timely transportation to eligible students, based on state statutes and school district policies. Students (K-12) residing two miles or more from their home or a road deemed hazardous by the sheriff’s office are eligible for transportation. Starting in the 2014-15 school year, the district will transport 4K students at a distance of .5 miles or more from their home residence.
After School/Extracurricular Programs: Every day, more than 1,000 children and youth in the district attend a 21CCLC and Community Services funded after-school program located at a high poverty school.
Juvenile/At-Risk Student Programs: The district’s Dr. Rosa Minoka-Hill School serves students with a continuum of unique learning needs. At Minoka-Hill, students are provided additional supports to assist them in overcoming personal challenges with the goal of transitioning back to their neighborhood or choice school, and ultimately graduating college, career and community ready. Minoka-Hill provides a wide-range of supports for students with emotional/health, attendance and behavioral issues to address root causes and enable students to transition back to their regular school setting.